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It makes 1 big one or 2 smaller ones.
They look amazing, my winners for the contest!!!!
Stirring half way through might help, try it. Of course you can change all the ingredients to your taste. Thank you for trying it and for your comment!
As it might be "dirty" with sesame seeds, parts of cheese and herbs I would not reuse it for new cheese, but you could strain it through a sieve and use it for cooking.
Verbena leaves are good, or even mint, or some lemon peel... just be creative.
I would not keep them too long. I would say up to one month
I would let them sit for 3-5 days.
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